By John M. Glionna / The Bulletin
April 11, 2010
SEOUL, South Korea — As a boy in the North Korean capital, Kang Chol Hwan kept aquariums. In a city of dull grays and shadows, he found solace in his menagerie of colorful fish.
Because his grandfather was an official in the country’s totalitarian regime, Kang always got the most exotic species.....